Texas Industries (TXI): TXI is begun with a Buy and assigned a $43 price objective at Jefferies, which believes the stock is significantly undervalued and also represents a conceivable takeout target. Cephalon (CEPH): The stock is now covered …
Net sales for TXI reached $1.028 billion, net income was $87 million and stock prices were as high as $75 per share in fiscal year 2008, before the 2009 Wall Street crash. Net sales for TXI have been $621 million each of the past two …
Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. (NYSE:MLM) is in talks to buy Texas Industries, Inc. (NYSE:TXI), according to anonymous sources ... but it could be an all-stock transaction (though the sources said there have been previous …
Texas Industries Inc. (TXI) reported first quarter EPS of $0.01 after the close ... Shares are now down 5.09 at $61.93. The stock has dropped to nearly a 1-month low and has slipped beneath its 50 and 200-day moving averages.
Texas Industries Inc. (TXI) was a big mover last session with its shares rising nearly 14% on the day. The move came on solid volume too with far more shares changing hands than in a normal session. This breaks the recent trend for the …
It's been a rough couple of days for the stock, losing 8.99% over the last week. 9. Texas Industries Inc. (TXI): Cement Industry. Market cap of $1.06B. Current price at $37.84. RSI (14) at 39.03. Net insider purchases over the last 6 …
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Despite actually being down on the year, industrial stocks led the ... On Monday, the stock rose another 4 percent after Patrick announced the acquisition of three small painting companies. Texas Industries (NYSE: TXI) This company is a …
If a stock like Martin Marietta Materials (MLM) can report a remarkably great quarter, than he considers that to be a great sign for the U.S. economy ... we came back and did the deal with TXI somewhere near the bottom of the cycle," he said.
Martin Marietta Materials (MLM) agreed on Tuesday to buy Texas Industries (TXI), a rival provider of construction materials, for $2.06 billion in stock. Continue Reading Below The deal will expand Martin Marietta’s presence in Texas …